Again?! Kevin gets left behind AGAIN?! That’s right kids. In “Home Alone 2: Lost In New York,” not only is Kevin McCallister left behind on Christmas Eve for the second time, but he ends up in The Big Apple…AKA New York City.
It all started when he didn’t want to go to Florida with his family.
While his family is frantically trying to figure where he could possibly be, he goes sightseeing in the big city, maxing out his dad’s credit card, and taking limos from place to place.
Children will fall in love with the story of E.T. and Elliot learning valuable lessons on friendship, courage and the imagination. They also spend time looking for a way to send E.T. back home to his family.
This not-so-scary version of “The X-Files” tells a story about little Dana and Fox who have a backyard sleepover. While sleeping in a tent they hear strange sounds and see lights and shadows. They question if these odd things are results of something scientific.
Warning: This story may cause children to dream of staying home alone to set up booby-traps for the villainous burglars of your neighborhood. Just kidding.
The story of Kevin McCallister wishing for the disappearance of his family is retold for the perfect bedtime read during the Holiday season. Filled with Kim Smith illustrations, the book is as visually amusing as it is entertaining.